&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp.&nbsp. The yuan and the CSSA did not let Mrs. Lin down, because, after Zheyuan hung up the phone, she and the committee members had a meeting to discuss this issue the same weekend. Not long after that, the CSSA members started to participate in volunteering at the Chinese primary school, and the “predicament” also faded away gradually. It all started with a phone call two years ago, and now you can see how active the members of the CSSA are at the Chinese primary school. “For a ‘job’ like this, even if you never get paid, the sense of achievement and laughter that you get from the kids more than makes up for it,” says Yanling, a fine arts student at WVU and also a member of CSSA who is now volunteering at the Chinese primary school as a drawing teacher (Yanling, 2014).